Miller-Black Bear Trail

Miller-Black Bear Trail

Located six miles west of Crosby, the Miller-Black Bear Trail travels 19 miles over rolling hills and past scenic overlooks of the Mississippi River. Six sites with picnic tables and grills are found along the trail. Watch for wildflowers in the spring! The trail is provided by Crow Wing County and the Cuyuna Iron Range Riders ATV Club.

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Crow Wing County

From Ironton, take Co. Rd. 30 north for 3 miles. Turn south onto Co. Rd. 34 for 1.3 miles, then south again on Co. Rd. 128. Take first right and follow 1 mile to parking area.

  • Russell Heitola
  • 218-825-0441
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When open

Open except Portions of trails on northern part of the Miller Black Bear trail system including the trail to the Mississippi River Overlook are closed for logging operations. Please watch for closure signs

Normal season:
5/1 to 10/31

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